Two weeks ago, the Government announced a $10,000 bonus for retirees and retirees which will be channeled through the ANSeS and which will finally begin to be paid This Tuesday December 13th.
The ANSES Christmas bonus will be disbursed as an income boost for this vulnerable sector after the effects of inflation (the latest data will be released this Thursday). and to give financial assistance to Christmas parties.
That $10,000 amount will be paid in December, the same amount in January, and also in February.
The plus will be fully perceived by those pensioners and pensioners who earn the least, i.e. $50,125. For those who exceed this amount, it will gradually drop to 7 thousand pesos, for those who receive up to two minimum goods.
In December, pensioners and retirees will also receive the second installment of the SAC (Annual Supplementary Salary), or the Christmas bonus.
The second installment of the Food Integration Bonus for adults with no income also arrives in the last month of the year. It will be $22,500, which completes the total payment of $45,000 which were agreed upon when the social assistance was announced.
ANSeS dates for the collection of Christmas bonuses
As for the Christmas bonus, it is a requirement to have over 80, be affiliated with PAMI and earn less than one and a half minimum wages.
Retirees and retirees with assets up to $56,341 can collect it on the following dates, depending on the termination of the DNI:
- Tuesday 13 December: DNI ending with 0, 1 and 2.
- Wednesday 14 December: finished ID in 3 and 4.
- Thursday 15 December: DNI finished in 5 and 6.
- Friday 16 December: finished ID at 7 and 8.
- Monday 19 December: finished ID in the 9.
While those with assets over $56,341 will begin receiving the bonus effective Monday, December 19, depending on the termination of the DNI.
- Monday 19 December: DNI finished at 0 and 1.
- Tuesday 20 December: DNI finished in 2 and 3.
- Wednesday 21 December: finished ID in 4 and 5.
- Thursday 22 December: DNI finished in 6 and 7.
- Friday 23 December: DNI finished at 8 and 9.
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